TIMOTHY R. WEIL
(Nominated by IEEE Region 5)
AWARDS and RECOGNITIONS:
Boulder, Colorado, USA
Jim Look has made the IEEE the major focus of his activities since leaving full time employment in 2003. After completing a 28 year career in the international oil and gas industry, Jim has dedicated time to non-profit organizations including, Habitat for Humanity, the Colorado Engineering Council, the City of Boulder (advisory committees) and many levels of the IEEE. He graduated with a BSEE in 1972, achieved his PE license in 1976 and added an MBA in 1981. The majority of his professional career was spent with Saudi Aramco, a very large international oil company. Over that period he was involved with a wide variety of engineering and management assignments. He progressed from a refinery utility engineer, to project manager, to the leadership of a 140-person multidisciplinary, multi-national engineering group and finally, advisor to corporate management. He has been a continuous member of the IEEE for over 45 years (StM-1970, M-1972, SM-2005, LS-2016).
RECENT IEEE ACCOMPLISHMENTS
As Chair of the re-organized MGA (Member and Geographic Activities), Member Benefits Portfolio Advisory Committee (MBPAC) he guided the development of the committee's new operating philosophy, policies and procedures. With input from committee members, IEEE staff and outside experts, the MGA charter statement was implemented as a functioning committee with processes to evaluate and rate all IEEE member benefit programs on the characteristics of member satisfaction, financial impact on IEEE and alignment of the benefit with IEEE core values.
Service to members must be the highest priority of the Region. If elected,I would work tirelessly to insure that all programs are conducted for the benefit of all IEEE members including:
I ask for your vote because I have the vision, experience and leadership skills necessary to implement improvements in Region 5 for the benefit of all members.